The trailer for July releasing sci-fi drama Parallax has been released. The film stars Naomi Prentice, Nelson Ritthaler, Hattie Smith, and Ted Gianopulos and is written and directed by Michael W.Bachochin. The film has a quasi-Matrix vibe to it, with a woman slowly realizing that her reality isn't real at all. A good sci-fi film sounds like a good watch right now, so hopefully, Parallax can fill that void. You can see the trailer, poster, and synopsis for the film down below.
Parallax Synopsis and Poster
"Michael W.Bachochin's highly-anticipated Psychodrama/science-fiction feature PARALLAX releases in theaters this summer. A young artist wakes up in a life that she doesn't recognize, spending her time asleep haunted by nightmares of drowning in an abysmal black void. As she begins to uncover the truths of the life that she's found herself in, the gravity of her failing reality weighs heavily on her psychological identity, and the reliability of her sanity is called into question. Naomi Prentice, Nelson Ritthaler, Hattie Smith, and Ted Gianopulos star. Parallax, written and directed by Michael W.Bachochin, is produced by Bachochin, Brooke Lorraine, and Yuself Baig."
I love the real-world look of this film. That may be because this has a smaller budget, but it feels like we are peaking in on these people's lives, not just watching a film. The underwater shots look serene as well. Parallax could sneak up on people for sure. Hopefully, it is able to find its audience. What a summer for these little indie films, huh? A lot of them are getting eyeballs they otherwise wouldn't have. Great for the horror and sci-fi genres. Parallax will be opening up in select theaters on July 10th, keep an eye out for it.